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e) Others who fell (A-F)

  • Abbott

    Bandaghem Military Cemetery where Corporal Abbott is buried

    Corporal William Abbott (250771) of the Railway Transport Establishment of the Royal Engineers died on 22 April 1918. He is buried at Haringhe (Bandaghem) Military Cemetery. He is not listed on the Hampton Wick War Memorial but his Commonwealth War Graves Commission entry refers to him as the husband of B Abbott of 226 Kingston Road, then in the postal district of Hampton Wick. He was an old soldier having served in the Sudan Campaign (1898-1899) and the South African Wars.

  • Private S T Abnett of the 4th Battalion of the Middlesex Regiment died of wounds received in action on April 24 1917.He is buried at the Cabaret Rouge British Cemetery.

  • Abnett

    Obituary of Sergeant Richard Henry Abnett in The Surrey Comet dated 11 November 1916

    Sergeant Richard Henry Abnett of the Middlesex Regiment died on 16 September 1916 during the Battle of the Somme (although his obituary in The Surrey Comet dated 11 November 1916 records the date of his death as 19 September 1916). He has no known grave but is commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial.

  • Private Albert Edward Apps (8664) of the 6th Battalion of The Queen’s (Royal West Surrey Regiment) died on 3 December 1916. He is buried at the Abbeville Communal Cemetery Extension. He is not listed on the Hampton Wick War Memorial but his Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) entry refers to him as the son of Albert and Lucy Apps of 42 Park Road, Hampton Wick.

  • Private James Baker (G/32194) of the 17th Battalion of The Queen’s (Royal West Surrey Regiment), transferred (64854) to 109th Coy of the Labour Corps, died on 18 November 1917. He is buried at Longuenesse (Omer) Souvenir Cemetery. He is not listed on the Hampton Wick War Memorial but his Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) entry refers to him as the son of James and Bertha Baker of Hampton Wick.

  • Berry

    22 Church Grove, home of the Berry family

    2nd Lieutenant William Berry of the Army Service Corps died on 4 July 1917. He is buried at Norwich Cemetery, Norfolk. He is not listed on the Hampton Wick War Memorial but his Commonwealth War Graves Commission entry refers to him as being the son of James and Eliza Berry, and the husband of Theresa Maria Berry, of 22 Church Grove, Hampton Wick.

  • Berry

    The obituary of Gunner Arthur William Berry in The Surrey Comet dated 19 October 1918

    Gunner Arthur William Berry of the Royal Garrison Artillery (Siege Battery) was killed by a bomb on 25 September 1918. He is buried at Bertincourt Chateau British Cemetery.

  • Gunner Edwin George Bourne (815097) of D Battery of the 58th Brigade of the Royal Field Artillery died of his wounds on 23 August 1918. He is buried at Hersin Communal Cemetery Extension. He is not listed on the Hampton Wick War Memorial but his Commonwealth War Graves Commission entry refers to him as being the son of Anthony and Isabella Bourne of 33 Wick Road, then in the postal district of Hampton Wick. His entry in UK Soldiers who Died in the Great War states that he was in the Territorial Force and had enlisted in Teddington.

  • Private William Aldred Bowering of the 29th Divn Train of the Army Service Corps died on 3 August 1915. He has no known grave but is commemorated on the Helles Memorial. He lived at 36 Bushy Park, Road until 1912 and thereafter at 18, Wick Road, both of which were then within the postal district of Hampton Wick.

  • Boyer

    Private Herbert James Boyer

    Private Herbert James Boyer (682579) of the 22nd Battalion of the London Regiment died of his wounds on 3 September 1918. He is buried at Heilly Station Cemetery, Mericourt L’Abbe. He is not listed on the Hampton Wick War Memorial but his Commonwealth War Graves Commission entry refers to him as the son of James and Sarah Boyer of 42 Wick Road, Hampton Wick.

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The first phase of this Project is to gather information about the men commemorated on the Hampton Wick War Memorial who fought in the Great War, also known as World War I, WWI or the First World War.

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